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Forecast: Remnants from tropical cyclones bringing wet weather

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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

It's going to be wet today, thanks to former Hurricane Frank. Remnant moisture from the system is falling across the state. Windward and mauka neighborhoods are getting most of the showers, but leeward areas will see some of the moisture.

Leeward beaches will be your best bet for sunshine today. Winds will be breezy at times and in the 15-25 mph range most of the day. High in Honolulu 88 degrees.

Drier tomorrow and much of Saturday, but former Tropical Storm Howard has the potential to soak us on Sunday. Stay with us for the latest on Howard's impact on weekend weather.

Surf is elevated east and south. The trade wind swell along east shores will get even bigger Saturday due to energy from Howard. An advisory is likely. The National Weather Service surf forecast for today: 4-6 feet east, 3-5 feet south, 2-4 feet west, 1-3 feet north.

Small Craft Advisory for most coastal and channel waters east of Oahu. Check with your boat captain if you have a charter today.

- Dan Cooke

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